Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak: How to Get Timeworn Crimson Horn

Crack some skulls and get the Timeworn Crimson Horn using the tips in this guide to Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak.

Hundreds of new monster materials are available in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak; some are easy to get, others exceedingly rare, and others just plain annoying. Timeworn Crimson Horn is the third. Its source isn’t hard to fight, nor is the target part difficult to hit. If you like keeping your weapon sharp, don’t expect to enjoy your time.

This guide will cover how to get and farm Timeworn Crimson Horn.

How to Get Timeworn Crimson Horn in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak

Timeworn Crimson Horn isn’t the rarest material you can get from Daimyo Hermitaur, but you will work the hardest to get it. There are two ways to receive the material:

Timeworn Crimson Horn Rewards

  • Capture Reward: 10%
  • Broken Parts (Shell): 90%

Your best pet, then, is to break the monster skull Shell Daimyo Hermitaur starts the hunt with, which isn’t difficult, as the Shell takes up most of its hitbox. The Shell doesn’t have any place where you can get yellow damage numbers, meaning even with Master’s Touch equipped, every hit will cost a single point of Sharpness.

Depending on your weapon’s ability to break parts, you might make it to yellow Sharpness before the Shell shatters and probably drops the Timeworn Crimson Horn.

How to Farm Timeworn Crimson Horn

The material isn’t a target, carve, or dropped material reward, so your only recourse to farm Timeworn Crimson Horn is to Capture Daimyo Hermitaur whenever you fight it and also ensure the Shell breaks.

If you break the Shell and don’t get the drop, the Hermitaur will eventually go and find another one, giving you a second shot. Be sure to have the Partbreaker Skill equipped to make this process less painful.

There’s a slight chance you’ll receive TImeworn Crimson Horn as a Bonus Reward, as those materials pull from the entire monster material pool based on what you broke, or didn’t break, during the hunt.

Thankfully, Daimyo Hermitaur is a straightforward fight once you’ve got some mid-game Master Rank equipment and becomes more so the better gear you equip.

No matter when you farm it, that’s how you get Timeworn Crimson Horn in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak. It’s not like farming for Nargacuga Mantle, but it is cozier than looking for Antique Tableware or taking on Afflicted Monsters for Anomaly Tickets. Head over to our Rise guides hub for more content.

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John Schutt has been playing games for almost 25 years, starting with Super Mario 64 and progressing to every genre under the sun. He spent almost 4 years writing for strategy and satire site TopTierTactics under the moniker Xiant, and somehow managed to find time to get an MFA in Creative Writing in between all the gaming. His specialty is action games, but his first love will always be the RPG. Oh, and his avatar is, was, and will always be a squirrel, a trend he's carried as long as he's had a Steam account, and for some time before that.

Published Jul. 18th 2022

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